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Microsoft brings back Windows 7 'Family Pack'

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 04 Oct 2010 14:27 User comments (1)

Microsoft brings back Windows 7 'Family Pack' Microsoft has said this week that it will be bringing back the popular Windows 7 Family Pack, a $150 bundle that gives users three upgrade licenses to Windows 7 Home Premium.
For the upgrade to work, the computers must already be running XP or Vista and have Windows 7's minimum hardware requirements.

If you were to purchase three licenses separately, the cost would be $320.

Microsoft has made the bundle available online and at participating retailers. Amazon, for example, has the bundle on sale for $140.

Just like last time, the bundle is available "while supplies last."

Starting on October 22nd the pack will go international to Canada, the U.K., Germany, France, and Australia.

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14.10.2010 23:46

Or, you can get technet plus basic for $200...and get 10 licenses for every version of windows and office...I call that the extended family pack!

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